MADISON — Freshman left fielder Tasha Deroche provided a sacrifice fly to score the winning run as Dirigo edged Madison 7-6 in MVC softball action Friday.
Paige Murphy singled in Kym Dolloff and Alyssa Wade to even up the score at 6-6 for the Cougars (7-5) in the top of the seventh. Murphy advanced to second and third on a pair of passed balls.
Shortstop Natalie Michaud went 3-for-4 and scored twice for the Bulldogs (4-7).
Mariah Larsen saved Dirigo from a last-minute defeat with a superb catch in deep center field off the bat of Erica Parker.
Carrabec 7, Mountain Valley 3
RUMFORD — Carrabec took advantage of one of Mountain Valley’s three errors in the fifth inning and scored three runs, eventually beating the Falcons, 7-3, in a softball game Friday.
The Falcons (4-7) outhit the Cobras, 7-5, but could not shake off Carrabec (4-8).
Lacey Fanalson got the win on the mound for the Cobras and teammates Ashley Knight had a double and Sophie Handrahan had two hits.
For the Falcons, Hannah LaPointe doubled and singled and teammates Brooke Dolloff and losing pitcher Shelby Moore each had two hits.
Mt. Abram 7, Livermore Falls 0
SALEM — Mt. Abram winning pitcher Molly McCafferty kept Livermore Falls (4-9) off balance and allowed just four hits as the Roadrunners raced off with a 7-0 win over the Andies in a softball game Friday.
By the fourth inning, the Roadrunners (7-4) used nine hits to take a 5-0 lead. Anna McGuiness and Sam Werzanski led the Mt. Abram offense with each driving in three runs and with their two hits apiece. Jill Howard and Jillian Withee each hammered out two hits.
The Andies’ Kathrynn Lake had three of the team’s four hits.
Monmouth 13, Wiscasset 0
MONMOUTH — Monmouth scored eight runs in the fourth inning to rattle Wiscasset and harness a 13-0 shutout victory in softball action Friday.
The Mustang (5-6) offense was led by Kristi Hilton, Lindsey Smith and Lauren Chasse, all of whom had two hits apiece.
Pitcher Colby Wilson tossed a one-hitter for Monmouth and was helped by a strong defense.
Heidi Pinkham took the loss for the Redskins (1-12), giving up seven hits and six walks. The Wiscasset defense committed eight errors.
Oak Hill 10, Mt. View 2
WALES — Katie Wood recorded three hits to lead Oak Hill to a 10-2 victory over Mt. View in softball action Friday.
The Raiders (10-2) built a 4-0 lead through the first five innings before plundering another six runs. Alexis Priest chipped in with a two hits, including a run-scoring double.
The Mustangs finally got on the board with a pair of runs in the top of the seventh. Darcy Ludden was the only repeat hitter for Mt. View in the losing effort.
Cony 17, Oxford Hills 9
SOUTH PARIS — Pitcher Emily Soule tossed seven strikeouts and collected four hits on offense to lead Cony to a 17-9 triumph over Oxford Hills in KVAC softball action Friday.
Amy Jones contributed a single and a double for Cony.
The Vikings (8-4) made up some ground in the bottom of the seventh with seven runs, but finished far short of the Rams’ 17 points.
Sophomore center fielder Brianna Martin produced a single, a triple and two RBIs for Oxford Hills.
G-NG 14, Lake Region 0
NAPLES — Laura Getchell struck out 14 batters, walked one and threw a one-hitter as Gray-New Gloucester pulled the plug on Lake Region with a 14-0 victory in a softball game Friday.
The Patriots (9-2) hammered out 13 hits, which included four doubles. Maggie Chaplin hammered out a three-run double in the sixth inning when Gray-New Gloucester erupted with four runs.
Chaplin, Abby Ryan and Samie Wilkins each had two hits. Alicia Wilson belted three hits and drove in a pair of runs.
Lake Region catcher Meghan Craffey had two put-outs at second base and another two at home on the outfielder’s throws.
Georges Valley 10, Lisbon 0
LISBON — Bethany Snow collected three hits, including a double, a triple and five RBIs to lead Georges Valley to a 10-0 rout over Lisbon in softball action Friday.
The Buccaneers (11-0) opened up in the third and fourth innings for three and four runs, respectively. Kennadi Grover notched a pair of hits, including a double, for Georges Valley.
The Greyhounds (10-3) managed only two hits off of the undefeated Danielle Frye.